Dhaliwal Announces Canpass Highway Pilot Program In Windsor And Fort Erie

Ottawa, June 14, 1999…The Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, Minister of National Revenue and M.P. (Vancouver South-Burnaby), today announced a pilot expansion of the CANPASS Highway program in Windsor and Fort Erie. The pilot will be offered free of charge to participants. This expansion of the CANPASS Highway program – organized in partnership with Citizenship and Immigration…

Minister Dhaliwal Releases Study Of Visible Minority Perceptions Of Canada Customs

Ottawa, June 8, 1999 – The Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, Minister of National Revenue and M.P. (Vancouver South-Burnaby), today released a study of the perceptions held by Canadian visible minorities of the treatment they receive from Canada Customs. The report, produced for Revenue Canada by Compas Research of Ottawa, was based upon information generated by 18 focus…

Revenue Minister Announces Membership Of Advisory Groups On Electronic Commerce

Ottawa, May 31, 1999The Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, Minister of National Revenue and M.P. (Vancouver South-Burnaby), today announced appointments to four technical advisory groups being formed to give ongoing expert advice to Revenue Canada on electronic commerce issues. “Revenue Canada is looking ahead to a rapid expansion in electronic commerce,” said Mr. Dhaliwal. “Electronic commerce offers…

Revenue Canada Thanks Volunteers For Helping Taxfilers Prepare Their Income Tax Returns

Ottawa, May 28, 1999…The Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, Minister of National Revenue and M.P. (Vancouver South-Burnaby) today thanked the many volunteers who helped members of their community complete their 1998 income tax returns. In appreciation of their efforts, the Minister met with volunteers at the tax services office in Calgary. At the presentation, each participant received…

Canpass Highway Program Eliminates Annual User Fees

Ottawa, May 20, 1999…The Minister of National Revenue and M.P. (Vancouver South-Burnaby), the Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, today announced that users of the CANPASS Highway Program in British Columbia will no longer be required to pay the annual administrative fee of $25. “As of today, administrative fees have been eliminated in British Columbia,” Minister Dhaliwal said.…